- xx, 202 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Additional Authors
- Juergensmeyer, Julian Conrad,Marshall, John Travis,Merriam, Dwight H.,Nicholas, James C.,
- Contents: Part 1. The need for market demand-based planning and permitting -- What is market demand-based planning and permitting and what are its groundings in the American land use planning and development regulation system? -- In accordance with a plan : the foundations of market demand-based planning and permitting -- The savings and loan crisis as a taxpayer tragedy -- The self-interests of financial organizations are incapable of protecting America's economy, or, Moral hazard trumps the invisible hand -- The economics and economic implications of excessive real estate development -- Part 2. The role of institutions in advancing market demand-based planning and permitting, and its legal context -- The role of market-based information to ensure efficient market outcomes -- Local-regional collaboration as a new line of defense against cyclical real estate crashes -- Smarter planning through market demand-based planning and permitting -- "Old wine in new skins" : updating an existing tool for evaluating development decisions -- Implementing market demand-based planning and permitting : legal considerations -- Epilogue: Looking back and looking forward : how market demand-based planning and permitting can lead to a wealthier nation.Includes bibliographical references (pages 191-196) and index.